Source code for ooodev.form.controls.form_ctl_navigation_tool_bar

from __future__ import annotations
from typing import cast, TYPE_CHECKING
import uno

from ooodev.utils.kind.form_component_kind import FormComponentKind

from ooodev.form.controls.form_ctl_base import FormCtlBase

if TYPE_CHECKING:
    from com.sun.star.awt import XControl
    from com.sun.star.form.component import NavigationToolBar as ControlModel  # service
    from com.sun.star.form.control import NavigationToolBar as ControlView  # service
    from ooodev.loader.inst.lo_inst import LoInst


[docs]class FormCtlNavigationToolBar(FormCtlBase): """``com.sun.star.form.component.NavigationToolBar`` control"""
[docs] def __init__(self, ctl: XControl, lo_inst: LoInst | None = None) -> None: """ Constructor Args: ctl (XControl): Control supporting ``com.sun.star.form.component.NavigationToolBar`` service. lo_inst (LoInst, optional): Lo Instance. Use when creating multiple documents. Defaults to ``None``. Returns: None: Note: If the :ref:`LoContext <ooodev.utils.context.lo_context.LoContext>` manager is use before this class is instantiated, then the Lo instance will be set using the current Lo instance. That the context manager has set. Generally speaking this means that there is no need to set ``lo_inst`` when instantiating this class. See Also: :ref:`ooodev.form.Forms`. """ FormCtlBase.__init__(self, ctl=ctl, lo_inst=lo_inst)
# region Overrides if TYPE_CHECKING: # override the methods to provide type hinting def get_view(self) -> ControlView: """Gets the view of this control""" return cast("ControlView", super().get_view()) def get_model(self) -> ControlModel: """Gets the model for this control""" return cast("ControlModel", super().get_model())
[docs] def get_form_component_kind(self) -> FormComponentKind: """Gets the kind of form component this control is""" return FormComponentKind.NAVIGATION_TOOL_BAR
# endregion Overrides # region Properties @property def enabled(self) -> bool: """Gets/Sets the enabled state for the control""" return self.model.Enabled @enabled.setter def enabled(self, value: bool) -> None: self.model.Enabled = value @property def model(self) -> ControlModel: """Gets the model for this control""" return self.get_model() @property def step(self) -> int: """Gets/Sets the step""" return self.model.Step @step.setter def step(self, value: int) -> None: self.model.Step = value @property def view(self) -> ControlView: """Gets the view of this control""" return self.get_view()
# endregion Properties